The San Antonio Spurs improved their NBA-best record to 15-2 with a 118-98 victory over the Golden State Warriors.
The Spurs finished the month of November 14-1 and remained undefeated in eight road games.
Now, it's time to look at the numbers that stood out in this Spurs recent win.
87.1 - The Spurs made their free throws, hitting 27-31 (87.1%) of their foul shots. The Warriors made just 11-18 (61.1%) free throws.
50 - San Antonio controlled the boards, out-rebounding the Warriors 50-44.
36 - The Spurs bench outscored the Warriors' reserves 36-19.
32 - Stephen Curry had a game high 32 points and added five assists and three rebounds for the Warriors.
31 - The Spurs played better as a team, they had 31 assists for the game compared to just 20 by the Warriors.
30 - The Spurs used their running game and outscored the Warriors in transition 30-23.
27 - Manu Ginobili led the Spurs with 27 points, six rebounds and three assists.
16-10 - After playing limited minutes in the past three games, DeJuan Blair delivered a double-double (16 points and 10 boards) in 28 minutes of action.
15-18-11 - Tim Duncan tallied his third career regular season triple-double with 15 points, 18 rebounds and 11 dimes. His last regular season triple-double came on March 14, 2003. He also has four career post season triple-doubles.
12 - The Spurs held Monta Ellis to just 12 points on 6-16 shooting from the field. George Hill scored 12 points off the Spurs' bench, including 8-9 from the foul line.
Rookie Watch: Gary Neal had 14 points, two rebounds and one assist in 18 minutes. Tiago Splitter had two points, one rebound and one assists in eight minutes of action.
What's Next? The San Antonio Spurs will visit Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers at the Staples Center tonight.
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